Definition of Renegade

1. Noun. Someone who rebels and becomes an outlaw.

Generic synonyms: Defector, Deserter



2. Verb. Break with established customs.
Exact synonyms: Rebel
Generic synonyms: Dissent, Protest, Resist
Derivative terms: Rebel, Rebellion

3. Adjective. Having deserted a cause or principle. "Renegade supporters of the usurper"
Exact synonyms: Recreant
Similar to: Disloyal
Derivative terms: Recreant

4. Noun. A disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc..
Exact synonyms: Apostate, Deserter, Ratter, Recreant, Turncoat
Generic synonyms: Quitter
Derivative terms: Apostate, Apostatise, Apostatize, Desert, Desert, Rat, Rat, Rat, Rat, Recreant

Definition of Renegade

1. n. One faithless to principle or party.

Definition of Renegade

1. Noun. An outlaw or rebel. ¹

2. Noun. A disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause, religion, political party, friend, etc. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Renegade

1. to become a traitor [v -GADED, -GADING, -GADES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renegade

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renegade (current term)
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Literary usage of Renegade

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1. The Quarterly (1893)
"JMG The fact renegade Indians existed, prima facie presupposes their ill- ... It is known that several of the renegade neophytes became locally celebrated. ..."

2. The Works of Washington Irving by Washington Irving (1853)
"... THE renegade BLA' £f'OOT. IF the meekness and long-suffering of the ... This was a Blackfoot renegade, ..."

3. The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U. S. A., in the Rocky Mountains and by Washington Irving (1849)
"... the renegade Blackfoot, had recovered from the wound received in battle; and with his strength revived all his deadly hostility to his native tribe. ..."

4. Elizabethan Drama, 1558-1642: A History of the Drama in England from the by Felix Emmanuel Schelling (1908)
"The Princess, whose amour with Vitelli has brought them both to prison, turns Christian, and in the upshot all escape in the galley of the contrite renegade ..."

5. The History of Idaho by John Hailey (1910)
"They were called the renegade Sheep-Eater Indians, and numbered about one hundred, About the 02nd of May, 1879, a party of these Indians made a raid on Mr. ..."

6. The History of Idaho by John Hailey (1910)
"They were called the renegade Sheep-Eater Indians, and numbered about one hundred, About the 22nd of May, 1879, a party of these Indians made a raid on Mr. ..."

7. The Portfolio edited by David Urquhart (1843)
"renegade DECAPITATED AT CONSTANTINOPLE. THE minds of our countrymen have been somewhat agitated, by the recent execution of an Armenian renegade at ..."

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